Capitol City Brewing does have a dedicated gluten-free menu if you ask for it. I was surprised that their burgers (minus the bun) were not included on the menu. I had the BBQ shrimp salad which was a little on the small side and came with no dressing. I also ordered the fruit cup and was pretty disappointed with the amount of fruit you get for almost $5. They only had one cider on tap, so the main drink choices were wine and mixed drinks. All in all, it was just ok. They were certainly accommodating but I probably wouldn't go back a second time. As a side note, my husband (who can eat all the gluten he wants) loved this restaurant so it could be a decent choice for larger groups with mixed dietary needs.
They have always taken great care of me and I have never gotten sick - even during busy hours. They take pride in respecting allergies and dealing with them seriously. They have a gluten free menu that's not extensive, but it's decent and have been willing to clean the grill before cooking my food. I stay in the area several times a year and it's great to have a reliable, safe, late night place to eat.
The waitress said they had a dedicated fryer just to learn from the manager that this was not true. The manager then said to stay with sauté stuff and that they waitress (the same one that was not knowledgable) would tell the chefs. He did not seem happy to help. I lost faith that there would not be cross-contamination and left.